The Renaissance Of Cabaret To A Contemporary Performer Based Art Form Provides A Platform To Communicate More Effectually To The Audience.
(CABARET) Musicals Have the Power to Change Minds, Attitudes & Behaviors.
Cabaret is currently undergoing a renaissance in the United States as new generations of performing artists version the traditional form in both music and theatre.
In Los Angeles, New York & Seattle producers & performers are striving to and connecting with their audience. Once the connection is made attitudes and then behaviors can be changed or modified. Nothing’s needed except the singer, the song, a musician or two, and the give and take of the audience.
This is a very good thing. This is the way I see it:
I performed a cabaret style piece some time ago at the Penn State Downtown Theatre in a mash up Cabaret of Eric Bogosian's Drinking In America. What I found as a performer in that piece is that I was able to have a sophisticated performance and connect with my audience without the usual production barriers.
Instead, I Was Able To Focus On The Human Reality Function---Direct Feelings, Ideas & Contact With My Audience.
Alright, Alright, Alright---Break Some Legs